2020 Endorsements

Joe Biden
Joe Biden’s consistent support for Israel spans his entire five-decade career in public life, since he was first elected to the Senate in 1972. No candidate for president in either party has ever run with as long and as strong of a pro-Israel record as Joe Biden. He is committed to defending the Jewish community against the rise of white nationalism and anti-Semitism, and is a mensch in every sense of the word. Read more about Joe Biden's pro-Israel background and why Jewish voters will overwhelmingly support him.
Sen. Doug Jones (AL)
Al Gross (AK)
Mark Kelly (AZ)

Former astronaut, engineer, and Navy Captain Mark Kelly is running for Senate in Arizona against Republican incumbent Martha McSally. His wife, Congresswoman Gabby Giffords, was the first Jewish Congresswoman elected in Arizona. In 2012 she was shot in the head at a public event, and has made a remarkable recovery. Kelly and his wife created “Giffords,” an organization committed to protecting Americans from senseless acts of gun violence. 

As an astronaut, Kelly was stationed with Israeli astronaut Ilan Ramon, and still remains close with his family. He supports a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and wants to promote peace and stability within the region. Kelly wants to protect Medicare and Social Security and is committed to creating a public buy-in healthcare option, as well as increasing price transparency and lowering prescription drug prices. He’s a champion for female reproductive freedom, gender pay equality, and is committed to fighting climate change. We support his plan to triple the rate of employment in Arizona and to properly invest in new research and develop better technologies that will make renewable energy more competitive, and kickstart a transition into a renewable economy.

Rep. Tom O'Halleran (AZ-01)
Rep. Greg Stanton (AZ-09)
Chris Bubser (CA-08)
Rep. Gil Cisneros (CA-39)
Rep. TJ Cox (CA-21)
Rep. Josh Harder (CA-10)
Rep. Mike Levin (CA-49)
Rep. Katie Porter (CA-45)
Rep. Harley Rouda (CA-48)
Rep. Adam Schiff (CA-28)
Christy Smith (CA-25)
Rep. Jason Crow (CO-06)
John Hickenlooper (CO)
Gov. John Hickenlooper is running for Senate in Colorado to unseat Republican incumbent Cory Gardner. As Governor of Colorado, Hickenlooper led the turnaround of the economy, expanded Medicaid, and acted on climate change. He believes we must continue to build on the Affordable Care Act. He expanded Medicaid while governor and established a successful state health insurance exchange, cutting the uninsured rate by nearly two-thirds and reaching 95% coverage.  Hickenlooper is a leading voice on climate change. As Governor, he pushed to lower car emission standards and he supports rejoining the Paris Climate Accords, and investing in renewable energy. Following the movie theater shooting in Aurora, he mandated background checks for all firearm purchases, banned the selling and purchasing of high-capacity magazines, and restricted access to previously violent domestic abusers.  He believes that Israel is our greatest ally in the region, and supports a two-state solution. He has condemned the BDS movement and signed legislation into law that requires Colorado's retirement program to divest from companies that boycott Israel.
Diane Mitsch Bush (CO-03)
Diane Mitsch Bush has served in the Colorado State House. She is running against gun activist Lauren Boebert who has shown herself as a supporter of the QAnon conspiracy. Diane has been a leader in government, pushing for healthcare reform, human and civil rights, climate reform, and increased funding for schools. She vows to make the healthcare system more accountable and accessible to everyday Americans. She wants to reduce the costs of premiums, deductibles, and prescription drugs; protect coverage for individuals with pre-existing conditions, end surprise billing, allow Medicare to negotiate drug prices, increase coverage for mental health treatments, fully staff and fund the VA, fund rural health clinics, and expand substance abuse prevention and treatment programs Bush is pro-choice. As County Commissioner, Bush ensured that the allocation of human resources to the county included funds for the local rural Planned Parenthood clinic. She supports equal pay, paid family leave, and protecting pregnant and nursing workers. Bush wants to work to expand environmental protections, end fossil fuel subsidies, and re-allocate those funds to renewable energy sources and fight efforts to privatize public lands. Bush will also be a strong proponent of comprehensive gun legislation. She supports a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, opposes President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Iran Nuclear Deal, and is against the BDS movement. 
Sen. Chris Coons (DE)
Margaret Good (FL-16)
Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell (FL-26)
Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell is running for reelection in Florida’s 26th district this November. In her first term in Congress, she has helped to advance educational  and economic opportunities for the people of her district. She has emerged as a leader in combating gun violence, supporting democracy and American humanitarian assistance in Venezuela, and reuniting families that have been separated by cruel immigration policies. Rep. Mucarsel-Powell believes healthcare is a human right, and has fought to protect patients with pre-existing conditions, secure lower prescription drug prices, and preserve the critical Medicare and Medicaid programs for Florida’s seniors. She supports a ban on assault weapons and passing common sense gun control measures like universal background checks. Additionally, Rep. Mucarsel-Powell is proudly pro-choice and strongly supports aggressive steps to combat climate change. Rep. Mucarsel-Powell supports a two-state solution, and is committed to maintaining critical economic and defense aid to Israel.
Rep. Donna Shalala (FL-27)
Dana Barrett (GA-11)
Dana Barrett is a mom, breast cancer survivor, a radio host, and a candidate for GA-11 who aims to  work across the aisle to ensure accountability in government. Barrett understands the importance of having accessible, affordable, and quality healthcare. She will fight for universal healthcare coverage, guaranteeing protections for individuals with pre-existing conditions, as well support legislation that will ensure fair and transparent pricing of drug prices and health services. She is focused on creating more government transparency, eliminating corporate money in politics, and fighting for free, fair, and open elections. She will fight to mandate a fair minimum wage that keeps pace with inflation, eliminate educational inequity, and end racial and gender pay gaps.  Barrett is committed to fighting anti-Semitism as a member of Congress and supports a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and will work to promote unity, peace, and cooperation. 
Carolyn Bourdeaux (GA-07)
Carolyn Bourdeaux is a university professor who is devoted to reforming healthcare policy in America and is running to represent Georgia’s 7th district this November. She was raised in a family that struggled with affording healthcare and this experience has led her to be so passionate about the issue. On healthcare, she wants to end surprise billing, lower prescription drug prices, and ensure universal access to affordable and quality healthcare by strengthening the Affordable Care Act, creating a robust public healthcare option, and protecting individuals with pre-existing conditions from being denied coverage. Bourdeaux wants to invest in clean energy jobs and technologies to help boost our economy while also fighting climate change. She wants to rejoin the Paris Climate Accord and in Congress, she will fight to reduce the influence of special interest groups who interfere with addressing climate change. She supported the Iran Nuclear Deal and believes that it’s the best solution to ensure that Iran cannot acquire nuclear weapons. Bourdeaux supports a strong U.S-Israel partnership and will continue to promote a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Rep. Lucy McBath (GA-06)
Rep. Lucy McBath is running for a second term in Georgia’s 6th district. In Congress, Rep. McBath has been a champion for healthcare expansion, stabilizing the Affordable Care Act, and protecting individuals with pre-existing conditions. As a two-time breast cancer survivor, McBath understands that healthcare is a human right and not a privilege.  Rep. McBath is a staunch supporter of stricter gun safety legislation. After her son was tragically killed in an act of gun violence, Rep. McBath was inspired to take action and to run for Congress, and has been tirelessly working to end the gun violence epidemic in our country. Rep. McBath serves as the Vice-Chair of the Gun Violence prevention task force and has led in the fight for safer gun laws and protections, such as passing universal background checks, banning assault weapons, and preventing violent criminals from obtaining firearms.  Rep. McBath supports a close U.S. alliance with Israel, which she believes is the only true democracy in the Middle East and is imperative to U.S. national security. She opposes the BDS movement and will continue to promote a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in the hopes to create lasting peace within the region.
Jon Ossoff (GA)
Jon Ossoff is bringing renewed energy to the Democratic Party in Georgia, seeking to unseat Republican incumbent David Perdue in the U.S. Senate. His experience as an investigative journalist has given him a first hand insight into the struggles facing Georgia voters. On healthcare, Ossoff believes the link between health care should be a right, and will work to strengthen and expand Medicare, create a stable public healthcare option, and defend those with pre-existing conditions from being denied coverage. Prior to running for office, Ossoff ran a media company dedicated to exposing corruption in foreign countries, and he will bring that passion to Washington in order to root out the corruption Donald Trump has created. He is committed to protecting Roe v. Wade, and will only vote to confirm federal judges who pledge to support a woman’s right to choose. He will work to mitigate the harmful effects of climate change, and supports a historic infrastructure plan that includes investments in clean energy, energy efficiency, and environmental protection. Jon will improve education and lower the financial burden of college with a generous forgiveness program for those struggling to pay off their student loans. We know first-hand that Jon Ossoff is committed to fighting anti-Semitism. Earlier this year, Jon joined JDCA for a candidate forum where he spoke on his strong commitment to fighting anti-Semitism and white nationalism, and reaffiremd his strong support of Israel. Unfortunately, his opponent, Sen. David Perdue, has already attacked Jon with an anti-Semitic ad. His campaign photoshopped an image of Jon in one of the oldest and most vile anti-Semitic tropes of all time, enlarging and extending his nose, in addition to claiming he and Jewish Senator Chuck Schumer were trying to “buy” the election. JDCA has spoken out against this attack.
Reverend Raphael Warnock
Reverend Raphael Warnock, a native of Savannah, Georgia, is running for the open Senate seat vacated by Sen. Johnny Isakson. Reverend Raphael Warnock’s background led him to this moment. A product of public housing, hopes to support all Americans, including those who have been marginalized and  vulnerable.  Fourteen years ago, he was chosen to serve as Senior Pastor at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, the former pulpit of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. While in this historic Church, Warnock has seen the chances to achieve the American Dream dwindle, and this led him to enter the race. As Senator, he plans on supporting ways to strengthen the Affordable Care Act and provide access to healthcare and services to more people.  On Israel, Warnock is committed to continue to supporting U.S. military assistance, a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and opposing the BDS movement. Additionally, Warnock is committed to supporting an agreement that will prevent a nuclear-capable Iran.
Rep. Cindy Axne (IA-03)
Rep. Abby Finkenauer (IA-01)
Theresa Greenfield (IA)
Rep. Sean Casten (IL-06)
Betsy Dirken Londrigan (IL-13)
Sen. Dick Durbin (IL)
Rep. Brad Schneider (IL-10)
Rep. Lauren Underwood (IL-14)
Barbara Bollier (KS)
Rep. Sharice Davids (KS-03)
Amy McGrath (KY)
Sen. Ed Markey (MA)
Rep. Richard Neal (MA-01)
Sara Gideon (ME)
Sara Gideon is running for Senate in Maine this November to unseat Republican incumbent Susan Collins. As Speaker of Maine's State House, she built coalitions and passed bills to expand job training, protect healthcare coverage, and combat the opioid crisis. She believes that individuals should be allowed to buy into a public Medicare option if they so choose; however, she maintains that those individuals who want to keep their private insurance option should be allowed to do so. She favors allowing Medicare to negotiate the price of drugs for seniors to significantly lower the costs. Sara Gideon supports re-joining the Paris Climate Accords, investing in clean and renewable energy, upgrading the transportation grid and infrastructure, as well as setting goals to reduce carbon emissions dramatically. Gideon is also passionate about protecting women’s reproductive rights and access to reproductive care.  On Israel policy, Sara Gideon believes that Israelis have the right to defend themselves and that Palestinians are entitled to their own state. Sara Gideon supported the Iran Nuclear Deal and opposed President Trump’s withdrawal from the agreement, believing that it would give the Iranians unfettered access to a nuclear bomb. 
Rep. Jamie Raskin (MD-08)
Rep. David Trone (MD-06)
Sen. Gary Peters (MI)
Throughout his time in the Senate, Senator Gary Peters has worked to improve and expand the Affordable Care Act so that it works better for middle-class families and small business owners in Michigan. He is committed to creating a public healthcare option and lowering taxes on employer plans. Sen. Peters has sponsored climate change legislation that would strengthen EPA regulations and protect the environment and natural resources, and is committed to bringing jobs back to Michigan and ending outsourcing from China. He is also a strong supporter of gun safety legislation and wants to end gun violence in America.  In the Senate, Sen. Peters has been a stalwart ally of Israel. He supported the Israel Anti-Boycott Act, S.720, voted in favor of S.1, which provides aid to Israel and also includes the Combating BDS Act, supported the Iran Nuclear Deal, and introduced the bipartisan U.S.-Israel Space Cooperation Act. 
Hillary Scholten (MI-03)
Hillary Scholten is an Obama administration alum who has extensive experience working in immigration reform, workers rights, and homelessness. She is running for Congress in Michigan’s 3rd district to bring responsible and fresh leadership to D.C. Scholten’s main priority is to bring down healthcare costs, defend the Affordable Care Act, and create a public healthcare option. She’s a champion for humane immigration and criminal justice reform, civil rights and liberties, women’s rights, and will fight to curb the harmful effects of climate change.  Hillary Scholten supports a strong U.S-Israel partnership, continuing aid, and believes in a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. 
Rep. Elissa Slotkin (MI-08)
Rep. Elissa Slotkin was elected to Congress in 2018 to represent Michigan’s 8th district. Rep. Slotkin believes that we must safeguard the Affordable Care Act and build on it, specifically to lower prescription drug prices. She supports investment in clean energy and sees it as an opportunity to create new manufacturing jobs in Michigan. Rep. Slotkin believes we must enact common-sense legislation that keeps weapons of war out of civilian hands and prohibits terrorists and domestic abusers from obtaining guns.  In her role on the House Homeland Security Committee, Rep. Slotkin has been an outspoken leader in the effort to combat anti-Semitism, white nationalism, and other forms of bigotry and hatred .. She has been a leader on national security and homeland security issues, bringing her national security background to Congress. She has led important legislation related to Iran and was also a co-sponsor of H.Res.326, which supported a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. She also opposes unilateral Israeli annexation of the West Bank.
Rep. Haley Stevens (MI-11)
Rep. Haley Stevens has brought energy and effectiveness to Congress and is running for reelection this November for Michigan’s 11th district. She has passed multiple pieces of legislation to advance American manufacturing, to develop STEM education, and to protect Americans. Rep. Stevens believes we must implement a public option for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and allow those aged 55-65 to buy into Medicare. She believes in promoting a clean energy future and condemned President Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accords. Rep. Stevens believes we must pass comprehensive immigration reform that recognizes human dignity and work to solutions that close the loopholes in our gun control laws.  On Israel, Rep. Stevens believes that the U.S. and Israel share a special relationship bound to common values and that the U.S.-Israel relationship must not be politicized. Rep. Stevens was a co-sponsor of H.Res.326, which supports a two-state solution and opposes unilateral Israeli annexation of the West Bank. 
Rep. Angie Craig (MN-02)
Angie Craig was elected to represent Minnesota’s 2nd district in 2018 and is running for a second term this November. Coming from humble beginnings, she has established herself as a champion of the people with a unique ability to break through partisan politics and get things done. For example, she has pushed for healthcare reform in fighting to lower health insurance premiums and prescription drug prices. If reelected, Rep. Craig will continue to push for increased access to affordable and quality healthcare, while ensuring that all Americans and families can receive care when sick.  Rep. Craig believes in science and will work to address the effects of climate change with lasting solutions. Rep. Craig supports re-joining the Paris Climate Agreement, reinstating the Clean Power Act, and positioning the United States as a leading power in a global green economy. Rep. Craig is also committed to protecting veterans and their benefits, fighting for civil rights, and working towards establishing a country that is safe from gun violence.Rep. Craig believes that Israel is our greatest ally in the Middle East and wants to ensure our long-lasting partnership is preserved. She supports a two-state solution to the Israel-Palestinian conflict and opposes the BDS movement. Rep. Craig is also committed to fighting anti-Semitism, xenophobia, and the rise of hate crimes.  
Dan Feehan (MN-01)
Dan Feehan is a teacher, veteran, Obama administration alumni, and proud Minnesotan running to represent Minnesota’s 1st district. In Congress, he will fight for working families, affordable healthcare, and against climate change. He will push to ensure that private insurance companies cannot deny coverage for individuals with pre-existing conditions. He will work to lower the cost of prescription drugs and guarantee that healthcare will be affordable and accessible for all. Dan understands the importance of preserving a strong U.S-Israel alliance, and that establishing peace can only come through diplomatic solutions. He supports a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, opposes the BDS movement, and supports re-entering the Iran Nuclear Deal.  Feehan wants to end the corruption in Washington that’s been created by special interest groups. He is committed to creating greater government accountability and transparency, as well as enacting real campaign finance reform. Feehan is a veteran who understands the importance of protecting the veteran’s assistance programs, as well as fighting for gun safety legislation. He will also work to protect farmers, fight climate change, and transition our infrastructure to become cleaner and greener. 
Sen. Tina Smith (MN)
Sen. Tina Smith is a voice for the people of Minnesota in Washington and is running for reelection this November. In her short time in the Senate, she has made a name for herself as someone who gets things done: she has defended the ability of citizens to access affordable health care and fought to combat the raging opioid epidemic. Sen. Smith believes that no individual or family should have to choose between paying for healthcare or putting food on the table. As part of the recent CARES Act, Sen. Smith championed the portions of the bill that would ensure that private insurance plans cover a future COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available. Sen. Smith is committed to continuing to fight for lower drug prices and expanding access to affordable healthcare. Sen. Smith is committed to passing comprehensive legislation that will protect all Americans from acts of gun violence and a champion for  protecting  the environment, creating clean energy jobs, and preserving clean water in the great lakes. In terms of Israel policy, Sen. Smith is a strong supporter of a continued U.S.-Israel partnership. She believes that Israel is the one true democracy in the Middle East and that the U.S. must do whatever it takes to support the country. Smith also is adamant that a two-state solution is the best possible chance to establish peace within the region.
Rep. Dean Phillips (MN-03)
Jill Schupp (MS-02)
Gov. Steve Bullock (MT)
North Carolina
Cal Cunningham (NC)
Cal Cunnigham is an Army veteran running to unseat Republican incumbent Sen. Thom Tillis. After serving in Iraq and Afghanistan, he returned home to serve in the North Carolina State Senate. Cal’s biggest priority is fighting for more affordable and accessible healthcare. He will work to strengthen the Affordable Care Act, expand Medicaid, support rural hospitals, and create a public health insurance option. Cal is pro-choice and believes that only a woman and her doctor should make decisions about her body. He intends to raise the federal minimum wage, wants educators to become more reflective of the classrooms they teach by promoting diversity throughout all levels of education, wants to protect DREAMers, and is committed to enacting comprehensive gun safety legislation to keep our children, communities, and citizens safer from acts of gun violence.  Cal supports a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. His time serving overseas taught him that the greatest threat to the Middle East is Iran and its efforts to develop nuclear weapons and sow discord. He stated that he supports re-engaging in conversations with the Iranians under the Iran Nuclear Deal, but maintains that the United States must retain the ability to sanction Iran for any acts of terror or malice unrelated to nuclear activity.
Kathy Manning (NC-06)
Pat Timmons-Goodson (NC-08)
Deborah Ross (NC-02)
New Hampshire
Chris Pappas (NH-01)
Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (NH)
New Jersey
Sen. Cory Booker (NJ)
Rep. Josh Gottheimer (NJ-05)
Amy Kennedy (NJ-02)
Rep. Andy Kim (NJ-03)
Rep. Tom Malinowski (NJ-07)
Rep. Bill Pascrell (NJ-09)
Rep. Mikie Sherrill (NJ-11)
New Mexico
Rep. Ben Ray Lujan (NM)
Rep. Xochitl Torres Small (NM-02)
Rep. Susie Lee (NV-03)
Susie Lee’s experience advocating on behalf of education throughout her career has carried over into Congress, where she is a champion for working people in her district. She is committed to continuing to expand on the Affordable Care Act by creating a public healthcare option, working to lower prescription drug prices, increase price transparency for all healthcare-related costs, and protect individuals with pre-existing conditions from being denied coverage.   Lee is a champion for improving education, women’s reproductive rights, and protecting the environment from the effects of climate change. Lee wants to create clean-energy jobs that will transform the economy and the environment to survive for future generations to come.  Lee is committed to fighting anti-Semitism both domestically and globally. She supports a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, opposes the BDS movement, and supports the Iran Nuclear Deal.
New York
Rep. Anthony Brindisi (NY-22)
Rep. Antonio Delgado (NY-19)
Nancy Goroff (NY-01)
Rep. Joe Morelle (NY-25)
Rep. Max Rose (NY-11)
Hillary O'Connor Mueri (OH-14)
Rep. Tim Ryan (OH-03)
Kate Schroder (OH-01)
Kate Schroder is running for Congress to bring true representation to the people of Ohio’s 1st district. With experience working in health care advocacy, she will fight for the right of her constituents to access quality and affordable healthcare. She has dedicated her life to working as a healthcare advocate and has worked to lower healthcare costs. As a cancer survivor, she understands the importance of quality and affordable care. In Congress, Schroder will work to protect individuals with pre-existing conditions and create a  public healthcare option. She is pro-choice and she will work to reform the criminal justice system, stand up for LGBTQ+ equality, and decrease our dependence on fossil fuels while creating high-paying green jobs. She supports a strong U.S.-Israel relationship, as well as a two-state solution. She opposedTrump’s withdrawal from the Iran Nuclear Deal, and vows, if elected, to bring the U.S. and Iran back to the negotiating table to create a new agreement. 
Alaina Shearer (OH-12)
Desiree Tims (OH-10)
Rep. Kendra Horn (OK-05)
Sen. Jeff Merkley (OR)
Rep. Matt Cartwright (PA-08)
Matt Cartwright has been an effective legislator throughout his time in the House representing Pennsylvania’s 8th district. He’s introduced more bipartisan bills than any Democrat, while also holding his values key in his decision making. Rep. Cartwright chose to run for Congress because of his Democratic incumbent’s opposition to the Affordable Care Act, and has spent his first four terms fighting to preserve and expand on the landmark legislation, and protect patients with pre existing conditions. He has been a strong supporter of the LGBTQ+ community and is a consistent supporter of reproductive freedom. Additionally, Rep. Cartwright has spearheaded efforts to combat climate change and invest in a clean, renewable energy future.  Rep. Cartwright has advocated for a strong U.S.-Israel relationship and supports a two-state solution. Rep. Cartwright has also spearheaded bipartisan efforts to condemn anti-Semitism in America and abroad.
Rep. Madeleine Dean (PA-04)
Madeleine Dean was elected to Congress in 2018 as part of the blue wave and since has been fighting for residents of Pennsylvania’s 4th district. She is working towards protecting abortion rights, universal pre-k, and gun control reform. Rep. Dean has fought in Congress to protect and expand upon affordable, accessible, high-quality healthcare. Additionally, Rep. Dean has fought countless conservative attempts to privatize and cut Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid. She is a strongly pro-choice and supports broadening anti-discrimination laws to include stronger LGBTQ+ protections. Rep. Dean has also pushed to accelerate the U.S.’s renewable energy future, and vows to restore important environmental regulations that the Trump administration has removed for his wealthy donors.  Rep. Dean is a strong supporter of Israel and its special relationship with the United States, and has fought to preserve critical funding for Israel’s defense systems. Rep. Dean supports a two-state solution. 
Eugene DePasquale (PA-10)
Eugene DePasquale is Pennsylvania’s Auditor General and he is running to represent the state’s 10th congressional district in the House and unseat Republican incumbent Scott Perry. As Auditor and state legislator, DePasquale helped protect children from abuse, demanded thousands of untested rape kits be processed, exposed abuse in nursing homes, and saved Pennsylvania taxpayers millions by shining a light on government waste, fraud, and misuse. DePasquale believes that healthcare is a fundamental human right and he will work to lower out-of-pocket costs, increase access to quality care, protect individuals with pre-existing conditions from being denied coverage, and lower the cost of prescription drugs. He supports the creation of a public option that builds on the Affordable Care Act. He supports tax credits to incentivize the use of solar energy, and his goal is to establish a 100% clean energy economy while supporting good-paying union-protected jobs. DePasquale released a special report regarding firearm safety as Auditor General and has supported the general assembly’s extreme risk laws. He was endorsed by Giffords and will make preventing gun violence a top priority. DePasquale supports a two-state solution, opposes unilateral annexation of parts of the West Bank, and supports the JCPOA.  
Christina Finello (PA-01)
Christina Finello believes that we must strengthen the Affordable Care Act, rather than dismantle it. She supports the creation of a public option to compete with for-profit insurance companies in order to trickle down costs for everyone. Finello believes that we must do more to prioritize mental health and combat substance abuse. She believes that Congress must do more to hold insurance companies accountable for providing full coverage for mental and physical health. Additionally, she is a champion for women’s rights. She wants to ensure a woman’s privacy to make her own medical decisions. She wants to increase our investments in alternative energy, including wind, solar, and other renewable energy sources that lessen our dependence on fossil fuels. She will push for the United States to re-enter the Paris Climate Agreement and supports enhanced EPA regulations. Finello supports universal background checks for all gun purchases, banning the sale of military-style assault weapons, and preventing domestic abusers from obtaining access to firearms or weapons.  Finello supports the continuation of U.S. military assistance to Israel consistent with the terms of the 2016 MOU, supports a two-state solution, and opposes the BDS movement.. She will continue to advocate for a strong US-Israel relationship in Congress. 
Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon (PA-05)

Mary Gay Scanlon is fighting for the families of Pennsylvania’s 5th district. Since taking office, Rep. Scanlon has sponsored legislation to, among other things, protect juveniles from abuse, to block unfair loan practices against student loan borrowers, and she helped lead the debate for Congress’ vote on the Equal Rights Amendment. She has used her time in Congress to safeguard the Affordable Care Act and expand its guarantees. Rep. Scanlon has also co-sponsored legislation to bring down drug prices and hold the powerful pharmaceutical industry accountable. She is a longtime and consistent advocate for women’s reproductive rights and has fought the Trump administration on its weak approach to combating climate change. Rep. Scanlon strongly supports a two-state solution and maintaining a tight security and diplomatic relationship with Israel. 

Rep. Chrissy Houlahan (PA-06)
Chrissy Houlahan is a veteran of the United States Air Force, a business leader, and a strong representative for the people of Pennsylvania’s 6th district. She has become a leading voice in Congress advocating for our veterans and ensuring young women have the opportunity to succeed in the field of STEM. Rep. Houlahan is a strong advocate for lowering drug prices and expanding on the Affordable Care Act with the creation of a public option. Additionally, Rep. Houlahan has been a consistent voice in the fight against the opioid epidemic. She is pro-choice and supports the Equality Act. Rep. Houlahan has fought the Trump administration’s disastrous approach to immigration policy and supports Dreamers. She will also continue to fight for a more sound approach to fighting the adverse effects of climate change. She supports a two-state solution and has utilized her spot on the Foreign Affairs Committee to advocate for continued economic and military aid to Israel.
Rep. Conor Lamb (PA-17)
Conor Lamb has served America as both a Marine and a Congressman for Pennsylvania’s 17th district since 2018. In his time in office, he has fought to protect veterans and their families, as well as advocating for a stronger educational system.  Rep. Lamb has been a strong proponent of the Affordable Care Act in Congress, fighting to maintain protections for pre-existing conditions and advocating for lower drug prices. Rep. Lamb has also been at the forefront in the fight against the opioid crisis. He has consistently supported protections for the LGBTQ+ community and believes in a robust investment in clean energy technology, and protecting clean air and water. A strong supporter of the U.S-Israel relationship, Rep. Lamb has spent his time in Congress advocating for substantive foreign aid to address Israel’s security concerns. 
Rep. Susan Wild (PA-07)
Susan Wild was elected to represent Pennsylvania’s 7th district in the 2018 midterm elections. She believes that health care is a human right, and has fought to increase access to care, make prescription drugs more affordable, and increase funding for mental healthcare. Rep. Wild is pro-choice, supports the passage of the Equality Act, and advocates for a revolutionized energy system that prioritizes combatting climate change. She strongly supports Israel and is committed to combatting anti-Semitism on both the left and right, while supporting a two-state solution.
Rhode Island
Sen. Jack Reed (RI)
South Carolina
Rep. Joe Cunningham (SC-01)
Jaime Harrison (SC)
Rep. Colin Allred (TX-32)
MJ Hegar (TX)
Gina Ortiz Jones (TX-23)
Sri Preston Kulkarni (TX-22)
Rep. Ben McAdams (UT-04)
Rep. Elaine Luria (VA-02)
Elaine Luria came to Congress with two decades of experience serving as a Commander in the Navy. Now she is serving our country in Congress, where she is fighting each day for the people of Virginia's 2nd district. Elaine believes that every American should have access to affordable and quality healthcare. She is committed to standing up to large pharmaceutical companies to lower prescription drug prices and protecting individuals with pre-existing conditions from being denied coverage. Luria supports female reproductive rights and will protect Planned Parenthood.  As a veteran herself, Luria is deeply committed to protecting veterans and their benefits. She has sponsored legislation to expand veterans’ access to job training programs, mental health counseling, and protecting the VA. She is committed to fighting climate change and supports transitioning to a clean and green nuclear energy system. She is also a strong proponent for increased gun safety legislation and supports passing universal background checks on all firearm purchases. Luria supports a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. In Congress, she co-sponsored the United States-Israel PTSD Collaborative Research Act, the U.S.-Israel Anti-Killer Drone Act, and will continue to be a strong ally. 
Rep. Abigail Spanberger (VA-07)
Abigail Spanberger has been a fierce advocate for the people of Virginia’s 7th district since coming to Congress in 2018. Her biggest priorities have been advocating for affordable healthcare, as well as instituting a new assault weapons ban. On healthcare, she is committed to ensuring that every American has affordable, accessible, and quality healthcare. She wants to protect individuals with pre-existing conditions from being denied coverage, and she is a proponent of lowering prescription medication costs and increasing transparency in billing.  Abigail is a former federal law enforcement officer and understands the importance of responsible gun ownership. She is committed to passing legislation to prevent further acts of gun violence and is committed to keeping our children, communities, and citizens safe. Abigail wants to improve our immigration system, protect DACA recipients, and promote racial justice and civil rights. Through her experience as a former CIA officer, Abigail S understands national security and the importance of protecting the US-Israel relationship. She supports a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and was a staunch proponent of the Iran Nuclear Deal. 
Sen. Mark Warner (VA)
Dr. Cameron Webb (VA-05)
Cameron Webb is a physician and lawyer who is running for Congress in Virginia’s 5th district. Having served in the Obama Administration, Webb has experience in federal leadership, focusing on issues of criminal justice reform and education. He is seeking to unseat Republican Bob Good. Webb has been outspoken on the importance of expanding access to affordable healthcare, paid family and sick leave, and equal pay. As a member of the White House Healthcare Team, Webb helped to increase access to affordable care and make insurance companies accountable for providing quality coverage. As a member of Congress, Webb wants to create a public option, which offers comprehensive benefits to individuals who wish to enroll, while allowing other individuals to remain on their private plans if they desire to. He is an advocate for paid family leave, medical leave, and equal pay. Additionally, he wants to reduce costs for prescription drugs, expand access to mental health services, and invest in rural community hospitals.  Webb is pro-choice and supports Planned Parenthood. He believes that only a woman and her physician should make decisions about reproductive care. Webb believes that climate change is one of the greatest challenges facing our nation and planet. He believes that science should dictate future steps in tackling this critical issue. He wants to establish a clean energy standard that requires 100% of U.S. derived electricity to be extracted from clean and renewable sources. Webb believes that there is a gun violence problem in our country. He supports universal background checks, closing loopholes, and banning new sales of assault weapons and purchasing high-capacity magazines.  Webb opposed President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Iran Nuclear Deal. He is against all forms of anti-Semitism and believes that it must be condemned both domestically and globally. Webb supports a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and opposes the BDS movement.
Rep. Jennifer Wexton (VA-10)
Rep. Kim Schrier (WA-08)
Rep. Ron Kind (WI-03)

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